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Old 2019-08-28, 21:46   #12
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Early baseline for deg-5:
Code:
N: 1035494967981608996094968430385789545942273148368197179174157979458916926996249361835599034841457568721713517315035171458834084281747156675749209765447133072804654265940216339728917289743563475602882258734938561
R0: -41819261283625699438470122761789489631579
R1: 167570775295552894171
A0: -12066997670859555604494928929174421318825319839538448
A1: 17688142541021209819902982567060035886962676
A2: 182074772809406608085014952527024304
A3: -9924817789205732407937439
A4: -140854355230416738
A5: 8095920
skew 1226175733.65, size 6.974e-21, alpha -8.014, combined = 7.517e-16 rroots = 5
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Old 2019-08-29, 01:41   #13
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Demanding??? I asked an innocuous question! Why are you so accusatory?
I consider quoting yourself to re-ask the same question demanding. Nobody answered you the first time because nobody has an answer yet; when you quote yourself to ask it again I feel like someone has to respond to keep you from doing it over and over.

You're welcome to take on some poly select or test-sieving to reduce the load on some of the other volunteers around here. If you're in a hurry, feel free to add your labor. CADO does cpu-based poly select as effectively as msieve-gpu, and test-sieving is an area your expertise surely would be useful in.
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Old 2019-08-29, 04:29   #14
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I consider quoting yourself to re-ask the same question demanding.
And I consider making personal comments in a purely technical discussion to be obnoxious. I'd make a personal comment now, but I refuse to lower myself to your level.

(1) I am already running ECM on 2^(4k) + 1. This is how I contribute.

(2) I am not allowed to install outside software on machines at work without a
long and involved process to get special permission. I would need to justify it by
giving a business reason for doing it. We are behind a very strict/tight firewall.
I don't participate in NFS@Home for the same reason(s). Remote work
assignment software can't get messages through our firewall. I can't use other
people's desktop computers. I have a grand total of two machines available at work:
one in a public conference room along with my personal laptop; 10 total cores.

(3) Does CADO even run under Windows? The only Unix machines available here are all reserved for project work only.
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Old 2019-08-29, 15:57   #15
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Early baseline for deg-5:
Code:
N: 1035494967981608996094968430385789545942273148368197179174157979458916926996249361835599034841457568721713517315035171458834084281747156675749209765447133072804654265940216339728917289743563475602882258734938561
R0: -41819261283625699438470122761789489631579
R1: 167570775295552894171
A0: -12066997670859555604494928929174421318825319839538448
A1: 17688142541021209819902982567060035886962676
A2: 182074772809406608085014952527024304
A3: -9924817789205732407937439
A4: -140854355230416738
A5: 8095920
skew 1226175733.65, size 6.974e-21, alpha -8.014, combined = 7.517e-16 rroots = 5
Spins up:
Code:
Y0: -41819261283625099862863001160529818450055
Y1: 335141550591105788342
c0: -1500172275302201453063446822237312999031758856151588
c1: 4747669662815572167225051109909427651786537
c2: 90978711285948827879048497611864274
c3: -11939713639659710229728127
c4: -281419034881028676
c5: 32383680
skew: 613495208.36540
# size 6.994e-21, alpha -8.015, combined = 7.570e-16 rroots = 5
Also, I'll try to CADO both today to get better results.

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Old 2019-08-31, 16:47   #16
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Can the CADO server be used for poly stage? If not anyone can guide me how to manually run CADO poly search or is it better to use msieve. TIA.
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Old 2019-08-31, 22:03   #17
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Can the CADO server be used for poly stage? If not anyone can guide me how to manually run CADO poly search or is it better to use msieve. TIA.
Once the filtering is complete on 2330L and the server isn't hammering swap, I can set and run a job for poly select. When I get it set up, I'll post the port number on this thread.

Good idea, sir!
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Old 2019-08-31, 22:09   #18
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Can the CADO server be used for poly stage? If not anyone can guide me how to manually run CADO poly search or is it better to use msieve. TIA.
To use CADO for poly search only, you can add the switch "tasks.sieve.run=false" to your command line.

This will break out of the python script. The poly file will be in the temporary directory that CADO used. If you plan to use the poly elsewhere, you may need to edit it into the "elsewhere" format.

I actually have a hybrid script that uses CADO for poly search and sieving, but uses msieve for the Linear Algebra and later. I use "tasks.filter.run=false" to stop it after sieving.


Edit: Missed Curtis' post...

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Old 2019-09-02, 12:22   #19
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Code:
# norm 8.135856e-21 alpha -8.064852 e 7.456e-16 rroots 5
skew: 16271269829.01
c0: 4986454635504416157062616374417746965486523246723877600
c1: 2545022977013689450868163763307895285382555828
c2: -436790752796429147543014010580044718
c3: -83949784571166440787562654
c4: 1870886591455177
c5: 27768
Y0: -130112996392869801826534677038649745334961
Y1: 14470613719940205641



# norm 8.219219e-21 alpha -8.375061 e 7.477e-16 rroots 5
skew: 18227704190.16
c0: -1777210165474047745053322786931419958443668248341202976
c1: 4689235616783271467571583242233994782087794914
c2: -140166693678499697547849739060353969
c3: -140803141828585815106088581
c4: 281644157242757
c5: 31080
Y0: -127213557144635062895443321984084673242321
Y1: 41407283364089225239
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Old 2019-09-03, 07:32   #20
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I'm running polyselect with the similar parameters as for 2,2330L.
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Old 2019-09-05, 19:15   #21
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Once the filtering is complete on 2330L and the server isn't hammering swap, I can set and run a job for poly select. When I get it set up, I'll post the port number on this thread.

Good idea, sir!
While I await more RAM, I've started a CADO server for polyselect for this number.
Point your client to the usual address as used on the 2330L job, with port number changed to 44400. The job should take about 8M thread-seconds, so just 2-3 days.
EDIT: reserving degree 6, admin 1.05M, admax 20M. For those curious: nq=6^6, incr 4620, P=8 million.

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Old 2019-09-05, 23:09   #22
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Code:
# norm 8.135856e-21 alpha -8.064852 e 7.456e-16 rroots 5
skew: 16271269829.01
c0: 4986454635504416157062616374417746965486523246723877600
c1: 2545022977013689450868163763307895285382555828
c2: -436790752796429147543014010580044718
c3: -83949784571166440787562654
c4: 1870886591455177
c5: 27768
Y0: -130112996392869801826534677038649745334961
Y1: 14470613719940205641



# norm 8.219219e-21 alpha -8.375061 e 7.477e-16 rroots 5
skew: 18227704190.16
c0: -1777210165474047745053322786931419958443668248341202976
c1: 4689235616783271467571583242233994782087794914
c2: -140166693678499697547849739060353969
c3: -140803141828585815106088581
c4: 281644157242757
c5: 31080
Y0: -127213557144635062895443321984084673242321
Y1: 41407283364089225239
None of them spins up, sorry.
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